When Melbourne Manager, Corporate, Helen Florentzou’s longtime client, KFC franchisee Chris Retzos, asked her if Gallagher would be interested in sponsoring a new initiative to help Australian youth, she found it easy to agree.
New research released by association insurance specialist broker, Gallagher, has highlighted the key reasons why people join associations and retain their membership - with some unexpected findings revealed.
One of Australia’s most prominent class action lawyers has cast doubt on the success of a planned action against the AFL relating to concussions.
September 19 is National Family Business Day – a day to celebrate the contribution family businesses make to the Australian economy, community and culture. And as a family business itself, Gallagher is firmly behind the initiative.
The escalating trade war between the United States and China is a prime example of how political risk can create uncertainty for multi-national firms involved in cross-border investments, a Gallagher specialist has said.
Mergers and acquisitions within the energy market show no signs of slowing down in the near future as confidence in the sector soars.
Personable and dynamic, Dubbo-based Area Director Kylie Hull’s colleagues describe her as an inspiring leader who's generous in her willingness to give back to her regional community, both compassionate in her concern and completely approachable.
Home and business owners should be aware that prolonged dry conditions across South-eastern Australia mean that large parts of the country are under threat.
Gallagher has signed a three-year partnership with Family Business Australia (FBA) to offer risk management advice and insurance solutions to its members.
The number of complaints handed to cyber regulators in the UK has sky-rocketed since the implementation of the EU's General Data Protection Regultation (GDPR) legislation in May, it has been revealed.
Australia’s building ministers are calling for a national approach to the combustible cladding issue in reaction to increases in insurance premiums and tightening of professional indemnity insurance terms affecting the construction sector.
The world’s first fully autonomous cargo ship is under construction in Norway, with completion slated for 2020, but automation is being adopted for commercial fleets right now as tech experts enter into partnerships with industry suppliers.
Cyber risk is a well-known threat for businesses across all sectors, from the troves of personal data housed by financial institutions, to nationally significant infrastructure governed by our public sector. However, the implications for private oil and gas companies are less understood.
Gallagher Premiership Rugby, the top flight rugby union completion in England, has officially launched with its first slate of fixtures living up to the hype.
The unicorn charge continues with 53 new companies internationally joining the $1 billion in value, privately owned 260-strong start-up club so far in 2018.
Gallagher is proud to be a silver sponsor of the upcoming Dive In Festival for diversity and inclusion in insurance in Australia, which runs from 25–27 September 2018.
‘Grey fleet’ may be a relatively new term in Australia, but the practice it describes is not. For some time, organisations of all sizes have benefited from workers using their own vehicles - even if the risks are poorly understood and managed.
Elantis Premium Funding has been named one of the 50 best places to work in Australia.
An acknowledged Gallagher rising star, Australian Capital Territory-based Zoe Evans left a public sector role to discover that insurance broking delivers the professional fulfilment she was missing.
A new report indicates that consumers place a high value on ethical business practices – but that these ethical expectations are not being met across a range of sectors, notably financial services.